It’s not quite Summer yet, but the days are getting longer, and the sun, a bit brighter, and anyone who reads my What Works Beauty, Cosmetics & Fashion Review Columns (online for a decade this year) knows that I believe protecting your skin against the sun’s damaging rays every single days is an absolute must. Doing so at an early age can help prevent the signs of premature aging. A skin cancer the size of a dime can kill you, so protecting your skin with sunblocks can also potentially save your life as well. But what you can’t see is something many people feel they can ignore. Such is the problem with the sun’s UVA/UVB rays. Unless you get a sunburn (and by then the damage is done) you don’t really know they’re out there, sabotaging your skin. Furthermore, most people simply don’t want to put out the extra effort to add a sunblock to their skincare routine, or they don’t like the smell, the texture or myriad other things.